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0 *!!!!!!X0!!!!!+ 0 *!!!!!!Y0!!!!!+ 50 *!!!!!!Ô0!!!!!+
L 65 *!!!!!!R!!!!!+
Solve for the velocity, v
Step 3:
! and then the variable's menu key.)
Recall the range, R, divide by 2 to get the halfway distance,
Step 4:
and enter that as the x-coordinate. Notice that pressing the
right-shifted version of a variable's menu key causes the
calculator to recall its value to the stack. (The small square next
to the R on the menu label indicates that it was used in the
previous calculation.)
@ ##R#-
2 /LL*!!!!!!X!!!!!+
Solve for the height, y. Notice that the calculator finds values for
Step 5:
other variables as needed (shown by the small squares) in
order to solve for the specified variable.
! *!!!!!!Y!!!!!+
Enter the new value for the elevation angle (30 degrees), store
Step 6:
the previously computed initial velocity (v
30 ##¢0#-
™ L *!!!!!!V0!!!!!+
! *!!!!!!!!R!!!!!!!+
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. (You solve for a variable by pressing
) and then solve for R.


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